I know I've posted about this before ... both on here and on Facebook .. but I'm getting desperate. My Golden Laced Wyandotte will be a year old tomorrow. For about a month (maybe a tad bit more) she hasn't been acting herself. She's been moving slower, not laying many eggs, tail down, and lays around a lot. She is still eating and drinking and overall looks very healthy. I've checked for for being egg bound - she's not and she still lays every few days. I've also treated her for vent gleet - I don't think that's what it was. I've checked her for mites ... haven't seen anything and her stools all look pretty normal. Occasionally I will find a few drops of blood in a dropping ... but I have no idea who it's from and it's VERY rare that I find that. They are out free ranging my yard during the day and when I check on her, she's usually laying under the patio table. When I pet her, her tail will go up ... but after a bit, it droops again. Is there anything I could be missing? Do I just let this run it's course and hope for the best? These are my girls ... the thought of losing one kills me Please give me some suggestions.